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Re: Uh-Oh! The new guy isn't flighted and my flighted bird HATE

Postby Pajarita » Sun May 08, 2016 11:28 am

That's great news! It's so stressing when birds don't get along...
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Re: Uh-Oh! The new guy isn't flighted and my flighted bird HATE

Postby seagoatdeb » Sun May 08, 2016 4:03 pm

Its great advise, and the way I try to live my life. Consumerism, makes it harder to source out healthy materials for our planet, but it is doable. Parrots benefit to, because the healthier your home environment is the healthier they are. Inside air is much more poluted than outside air, so we need to get those parrots some outside time for that reason as well as their ability to assimilate food properly, and use heathy products and materials to cut down the "gassing off" of toxic materials in our homes that affects our health and our parrots health. We are a flock of four, feathered and human, and we are always callling back and forth to each other. i have always loved Ghandi.
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